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[audio]Heard Gripe Hrusan - Xenis Emputae Travelling Band
Originally released by 23 Productions in an edition of 129 copies. Heard Gripe Hrusan collects together archival recordings made in Yorkshire between June 2004 and October 2005. locales for the recordings include Little Almscliffe Crag, Ilkley Moor, the ruined church of Wharram Percy and the Thornborough Henges
Keywords: psychogeography; folk; experimental; Larkfall; XETB; Xenis Emputae Travelling Band; Wharram Percy; Thornborough; Ilkley Moor; Almscliffe
Downloads: 81
[audio]Gamaaea - Xenis Emputae Travelling Band
Cassette, originally released 2007 on Beyond Repair. Side A: 1) Sing Holy Song; 2) Wraecca; 3) Descending Form Side B: 1) A Candle Over Marsh Frost; 2) Blyssed Be Thu Kynge; 3) Dance of the Landless Lord; 4) Audime Thanks to Jonas & Simon for the original release, and Phil Todd for lending me his harmonium. Track B2 based on a poem by Richard Rolle. "Xenis Emputae Travelling Band is the alias of Phil Legard, an Englishman deeply engrossed in the Druidic past of his native land...
Keywords: psychogeography; folk; experimental; Larkfall; XETB; Xenis Emputae Travelling Band; Richard Rolle
Downloads: 109
[audio]Full Moon June - Xenis Emputae Travelling Band
First XETB recording, self-released in 2001. "Much of Full Moon June was recorded at at the stone conundrum of Men-an-Toll, and Mulfra Quoit in Cornwall, Skipton Castle in Yorkshire amongst other ancient sites. Full Moon June displays slow paced spacey ambient music that is much inspired by experimental music as sacred sites inspire it. There's a lo-fi feel to it. 'Flying Saucer Ship' even reminds of the sounds of the Mount Vernon Arts Lab - they certainly share a love of resonating tones and ps...
Keywords: psychogeography; folk; experimental; Larkfall; XETB; Xenis Emputae Travelling Band
Downloads: 178
[audio]A Selenographic Lens - Xenis Emputae Travelling Band
Experimental psychogeographic folk EP, originally issued in 2004 on the Larkfall label. First of the catoptric trilogy, followed by The Pyrognomic Glass and A Prism for Annwn. Track 1 recorded at Trollers Gill, Wharfedale. Track 2 soundtrack for Jan Svankmajer's Kostnice (The Ossuary).
Keywords: Larkfall; XETB; Xenis Emputae Travelling Band; Yorkshire; Svankmajer
Downloads: 102
[audio]The Pyrognomic Glass - Xenis Emputae Travelling Band
Originally relased 2005, by Memoirs of an Aesthete. Re-released on vinyl on 2009 with accompanying chapbook. "Few artists combine spiritual elements with that of nature like the UK-based Xenis Emputae Travelling Band. XETB is one Phil Legard, and his recent explorations into the aural spheres of the English countryside have been nothing short of spellbinding. Something archaic permeates from all his recordings, like they are from another century entirely...
Keywords: psychogeography; folk; experimental; Larkfall; XETB; Xenis Emputae Travelling Band
Downloads: 136
[audio]Stella and Astrophel - Xenis Emputae Travelling Band
Recorded 2006, originally a limited edition of 32 copies for XETB concert at Small Music Theatre, Athens.
Keywords: Xenis Emputae Travelling Band; XETB; Experimental; Folk; Yorkshire; Psychogeography; Larkfall
Downloads: 109
[audio]Goat Willow - Xenis Emputae Travelling Band
EP. Originally released 2005, Barl Fire Recordings. "This beautiful 3" CD-R object launches off from XETB's previous ethereal folk-meets-electronic drone model into ancient woodland acoustic explorations akin to some of the tribal folk coming out of Finland (Keijo and Kemialliset Ystävät are reference points) and also not too dissimilar to the extended works of the Wooden Wand collective, as well as casting a nod in the direction of the focussed, percussive rain-forest sounds coming out of...
Keywords: psychogeography; folk; experimental; Larkfall; XETB; Xenis Emputae Travelling Band
Downloads: 157
[audio]The Suffolk Workings - Xenis Emputae Travelling Band
Originally released 2002, Larkfall. "The recording that draws me in the most is 2002's The Suffolk Workings, which holds back on the extra stuff (bar a spoken vocal that puts one in mind of Michael Moorcock intoning over Hawkwind, or - cripes! - the dreaded David Tibet) to create a delicate, tense drone-scape dedictate to the weird wilds of Suffolk: setting of the scariest ghost story ever, MR James' 'Whistle and I'll Come to You', to which this would make a beautiful soundtrack." - Frances May ...
Keywords: psychogeography; folk; experimental; Larkfall; XETB; Xenis Emputae Travelling Band; Suffolk
Downloads: 143 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[audio]Under a Soular Moon - Xenis Emputae Travelling Band
Originally released 2001 on TM-Industries. "Under a Soular Moon is one of the early albums by Xenis Emputae Travelling Band, the ambient project by Philip Legard. Unlike later material, this album is quite electronically oriented. We hear some flutes, bells and voices, but much less than in younger albums. This gives this album an estranging effect, and it doesn't immediately remind you of the natural atmospheres of recent work...
Keywords: psychogeography; folk; experimental; Larkfall; XETB; Xenis Emputae Travelling Band
Downloads: 155
[audio]Lords of the Green Grass - Xenis Emputae Travelling Band
Album by psychogeographic ether-folk unit Xenis Emputae Travelling Band. Originally released by Queasy Listening in 2003. Recorded at the Crags of Cernunnos, Spring 2003. 'Thoughts of Maytime' adlibbed after Meiron Pennar's translation of The Black Book of Carmarthen (Llanerch Enterprises, 1989). 'Bare Bones' inspired by the Wurunjeri healing invocation in C.M. Bowra's Primitive Song (Mentor Books, 1962).
Keywords: psychogeography; folk; experimental; Larkfall; XETB; Xenis Emputae Travelling Band
Downloads: 181 5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars5.00 out of 5 stars(1 review)
[audio]The Hieroglyphic Mountain - Xenis Emputae Travelling Band
Originally released 2005 on Deserted Village. From Foxy Digitalis zine: "English sound artist Phil Legard is like a mystic from another time. He is trapped in the modern day, but constantly channels the past. With his Larkfall imprint and his multiple music and writing projects, he communicates with an ethereal world that is sometimes forgotten. With his flagship project, Xenis Emputae Travelling Band, Legard takes us on a journey through the hills of England and the history of a country with de...
Keywords: Xenis Emputae Travelling Band; XETB; Experimental; Folk; Yorkshire
Downloads: 328
[audio]Toadsman's Bell - Xenis Emputae Travelling Band
Originally released 2005, Digitalis Industries. "the magic hidden with the green hills of the english countryside are aurally unearthed by phil legard on his work as xenis emputae travelling band. "toadsman's bell" is filled with spirits of old druid songs, masked in a psychedelic haze. recorded on location in various locales throughout the uk, xetb is filled with majestic organic drones and peaceful nature sounds...
Keywords: psychogeography; folk; experimental; Larkfall; XETB; Xenis Emputae Travelling Band
Downloads: 151
[audio]The Crooked Pool - Xenis Emputae Travelling Band
Originally released 2008, Ikuisuus. "The Crooked Pool compiles two discs of hitherto unreleased folk-magic from March 2007 to March 2008. It was recorded among cliffs, moors, streams and woods while seeking convocation with the genii locorum of the Yorkshire moors. The Crooked Pool contains eleven psychogeographic explorations with harmonium, recorder, flute, psaltery, violin and guitar. 80 minutes of feral drones, wordless hymns, death dirges and quiet rustic meditations...
Keywords: psychogeography; folk; experimental; Larkfall; XETB; Xenis Emputae Travelling Band
Downloads: 169
[audio]A Prism for Annwn - Xenis Emputae Travelling Band
Originally released on Larkfall, 2006. Track 6 based on a hymn by Richard Rolle. "Misty mountain landscapes, ancient forests, dolmens, rune stones, and primordial burial mounds: those are the images that come to mind while listening to Xenis Emputae Travelling Band. The latest album, A Prism for Annwn, also exudes this atmosphere. "Xenis Emputae Travelling Band, a one man project by Phil Legard, makes psychedelic ambient with a streak of folk...
Keywords: psychogeography; folk; experimental; Larkfall; XETB; Xenis Emputae Travelling Band; Richard Rolle
Downloads: 209
[audio]New Etheric Muse - Xenis Emputae Travelling Band
Originally released in 2003, Larkfall. Slowly unfolding ether-folk recorded around the spring equinox in North Yorkshire, at Crimple Valley and Brimham Rocks. "From UK we have a recent artist who combines experimental instrumental music with folk elements. The music uses synthisizer type sounds but sounding like 60s British science fiction films, as though imagining some 'Quatermass and the cursed Plough' type film...
Keywords: psychogeography; folk; experimental; Larkfall; XETB; Xenis Emputae Travelling Band
Downloads: 167
[audio]Absurd Split - Xenis Emputae Travelling Band & Ashtray Navigations
Originally released by Absurd on cdr, numbered edition of 50. Released on 28th of march 2007 to celebrate a.p.'s birthday. 30 'standard' numbered copies 20 'promo' numbered copies w/ different inlay card. Release was only given hand in hand and was not for sale. Photographs: http://absurd.noise-below.org/_a51_75/sad%20anorak/sadanorak.html
Keywords: Xenis Emputae Travelling Band; XETB; Ashtray Navigations; Experimental; Noise; Folk; Leeds; Arvo Part
Downloads: 111
[audio]Split - Xenis Emputae Travelling Band and Jani Hellen
Originally released 2006. Three tracks of minimal, elemental meditation from XETB and one long piece of captivating synth manipulation from Jani Hellen.
Keywords: psychogeography; folk; experimental; Larkfall; XETB; Xenis Emputae Travelling Band; Electronic; Jani Hellen; Jani Hellen; New Age
Downloads: 245
[audio]The North Sea & Xenis Emputae Travelling Band - The North Sea & Xenis Emputae Travelling Band
Originally released 2005, Larkfall. Lyrics to Moly by Clark Ashton Smith. "At some point I think I said that 2004 was the year of micro-labels and CD-Rs, and given the start of this year I might very well end up stating the exact same thing when it’s time to wrap up 2005. One of the finest items in this category is unquestionably the brand new The North Sea & Xenis Emputae Travelling Band split CD-R on the British Larkfall imprint...
Keywords: psychogeography; folk; experimental; Larkfall; XETB; Xenis Emputae Travelling Band; The North Sea; Brad Rose; Digitalis Industries; Clark Ashton Smith
Downloads: 123
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